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12
December
2018

How to spend the perfect weekend in Adelaide?

Spend your two-day getaway diving headfirst into the incredible attractions this bustling city has on offer. Small enough to walk, Adelaide is the perfect place to dedicate a weekend too without feeling guilty about having missed out on any of its sights. From outdoor fun to night-time adventures, the city offers an ideal getaway to South Australia’s capital for any kind of traveller. Sip on the local wine Adelaide is famous for supplying some of Australia’s greatest wines to the rest of the world. Why not visit where these varieties are made? Head to the Barossa Valley and even Hahndorf […]

   
  
11
December
2018

Where to eat in Adelaide

Adelaide is the cosmopolitan city of South Australia. It is a hub of art, culture, and of course food. Regardless if you are travelling here for an upbeat adventure or a more relaxing break, you’ll need food during your stay. Luckily there is a lot to choose from! Discover the absolute must-visit food stops to experience all the greatness served up in fabulous Adelaide. Adelaide Central Market Rise and shine and head on down to Australia’s largest fresh produce market. Adelaide Central Market offers a huge range of goodies ranging from juicy fruit to smelly cheese and freshly made bread […]

   
  
7
December
2018

Which villages in the Adelaide Hills should you visit?

Step outside the city lines to explore the picturesque villages and stunning scenery of Adelaide’s Hills. With so many to choose from, it can get hard to narrow down which village to visit on your weekend or day trip out. Here are our picks for the most noteworthy towns to visit. Crafers Crafers is your first stop for the day. It is the first town you hit when driving down the main road into the Adelaide hills. Only a half an hour journey from the city, Crafers is a great place for a short morning rest among the countryside. The […]

   
  
29
October
2018

What’s on in Adelaide?

The magnificent Adelaide city is known as the cosmopolitan city of South Australia. It is a hub of activity and culture, with new events popping up every month. Home to a slew of museums, contemporary cafes, bars, and restaurants. Adelaide’s laid-back atmosphere that’s tinged with a dose of the historic charm is the perfect place to visit for an exciting adventure. Adelaide Film Festival The biennial Adelaide’s Fashion Festival is an exploration of both Australian and international culture. The eleven-day event is held in October and offers a range of different events during its running, including unique screenings, forums, and […]

   
  
18
October
2018

What to Eat at Adelaide Central Market

Adelaide Central Market is one of Australia’s largest fresh produce markets, offering locals and tourists an array of multi-cultural goodies. But where to start? Let’s have a look at some of the unmissable stalls in this market at the beating heart of Adelaide. What to eat at the Adelaide Central Market Founded in 1869, the Market has been standing for over 145 years. It began on Grote Street, stretching down between Rundle and North Terrace street which soon became the city’s foodie district. The market eventually became too big for its original home and moved to the Central Market. The […]

   
  
18
October
2018

Where is Hahndorf, South Australia?

A German inspired town founded back in the 19th century by a group of Lutheran settlers. The town is bursting with a hearty dose of European culture as well as a captivating history. With tree-lined streets and charming architecture a far cry from the hustle and bustle of the Adelaide city. But where exactly is Hahndorf? Nestled in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia lies the small town of Hahndorf. Teeming with museums and art galleries, wineries and beautiful architecture, and everything in between. How to get there By Car Hire a car for the day and head towards […]

   
  
18
October
2018

Why King William Street is significant

King William Street is a wide boulevard that runs through the centre of Adelaide. The leafy green trees that sway along the edges of the street contrast to the large skyscrapers of the city. It is a significant street within Adelaide, with a long history, and home to an array of prominent public buildings. The Street was named after King William IV, by the Street Naming Committee in 1837, made up by the governor and eleven prominent colonists. It is a large continuous stretch of road, beginning in the inner south side of Adelaide, and finishes in the North. The […]

   
  
4
October
2018

Things to do in Adelaide City

Before jumping on board a bus adventure to the Aussie outback, make sure you take note of the incredible attractions right in the Adelaide city’s centre! This chic city is flourishing with delicious restaurants, fun entertainment, and an easy-going atmosphere. Top Things to do in Adelaide Adelaide Oval For the sport fanatics, Adelaide Oval hosts a large range of sporting events. With a range of seating selections, starting from front row seats to the action, to dining experiences, seeing the sport beyond the restaurant’s clear glass walls. To see the local sport, watch the Australian Footy League. This fast-paced game […]

   
  
26
September
2018

How to spend a day at Adelaide Hills?

Travel to a land with crisp air, cool temperatures, vast valleys, and beautiful scenery. The Adelaide Hills lies east of Adelaide and is only a short drive to the stunning site. Within the Mount Lofty Ranges, the Adelaide Hills are famous for its wine, culture, and natural beauty. The History of Adelaide Hills Before the European settlement, the Hills were partly owned to the Kaurna Aborigines and partly to the Peramangk tribe. Due to this collective area, the Hills were vacant often. In 1836, the introduction of the Europeans settlers in South Australia began. At first, the area was a […]

   
  
29
August
2018

What’s On at Adelaide Oval?

Adelaide is the cosmopolitan coastal capital of South Australia. Attracting sports fans from all over to visit their state-of-the-art Adelaide Oval. Hosting both cricket and football games throughout the year, this iconic oval is one of Australia’s best stadiums to enjoy your sport of choice. The History of the Adelaide Oval The South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) was formed in 1871, requesting a city oval for cricketing purposes. The first major match was played three years after this act, with football and tennis matchings to come within the late 1870s. This makes the Oval a ripe old age of 147, […]

   
  
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